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Volunteer Locations/Directions/Contacts
  Rosie's Place:

Rosie's Place
889 Harrison Avenue
Boston, MA

Volunteer Services: (617) 442-9322
Krendzia@rosies.org
http://www.rosies.org

 

Directions: Take #1 bus down Mass Ave and get off at Harrison Avenue stop. (about 10 minutes down). Take a right onto Harrison. Rosie's is on your right.

If interested in going with a member of Hunger Action, please contact mindyc@mit.edu for Sunday morning (10am-2pm) volunteering.

CASPAR Emergency Service Center
240 Albany Street*
Cambridge, MA
* located on MIT campus

Front desk: (617) 661-0600
Manager: Joel (617) 365-3807; available 8:30am-2pm

 
Directions: From Mass Ave, turn left on Albany Street and walk down to the grad dorms (passing Pacific Street and the Sidney-Pacific dormitory). CASPAR is on your left. Geographically, CASPAR is located right in between Simmons Hall and Sidney-Pacific dorms. Attentive and efficient students coming from West campus dorms may elect to take the short cut through the broken-down parking lot wire fence...or other means available for the taking....
Church of all nations:

Church of St. John the Evangelist, 35 Bowdoin Street on Beacon Hill in Boston

http://www.satsunbread.org

Liz Stevens lizstev@juno.com (Saturday's Bread)
Mark Metzger mmetzger@shore.net (Sunday's Bread)

 
Directions: Take T Red Line to Downtown Crossing and switch to Orange Line. Take Orange Line to the New England Medical Center stop. When you exit the train, take the exit on the LEFT (there are two possible exits). This exit will take you right to Tremont Street. Across the street you will see a cylindrical brick building. This is the Church of All Nations.
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Useful Links
 
  • Share Our Strength (SOS) - An anti-hunger organization that mobilizes industries and individuals to contribute their talents to fight hunger.
  • HungerWeb - A project of the World Hunger Program aiming to help prevent and eradicate hunger by facilitating the free exchange of ideas and information regarding the causes of, and solutions to, hunger.
  • Project Bread - An organization dedicated to making food accessible to the needy in Massachusetts and to increasing public awareness of hunger. Funds food banks and emergency food programs and holds the annual Walk for Hunger and Ride for Hunger in Boston and other fundraisers.
  • Food Bank of Central Massachusetts - Accepts bulk donations of unwanted surplus food and distributes it to local service agencies. This web site includes links to other food banks and hunger-related sites.
  • Food Industry Crusade Against Hunger - An organization of affiliates of the American food industry who try to alleviate hunger and malnutrition in the world.
  • Hunger Project - A non-profit global organization committed to the sustainable end of world hunger.
  • Food For The Poor, Inc - An organization that ministers to spiritually renew impoverished people throughout Latin America and the Caribbean
  • FREE the NEED - Dedicated to distributing America's surplus food, clothing, and shelter to needy families.
  • World Hunger Year - Founded by Harry Chapin in 1975, this group focuses attention on hunger and poverty and the grassroots initiatives that fight them.
  • Food Not Bombs - This organization's autonomous chapters protest militarism and poverty by serving free vegetarian food to people in need.
  • Mazon - Dedicated to eliminating hunger and its causes in the United States and around the world, this organization supports all anti-hunger efforts regardless of the religion of the sponsoring agency.
  • Food For The Hungry - A Christian-motivated international relief and development organization.
  • Greater Philadelphia Food Bank - Provider of donated food to agencies that serve the needy in the Philadelphia area.
  • Food Runners - A San Francisco-based volunteer organization that picks up excess food from restaurants, markets, hotels, and conventions and delivers it to relief programs.
  • California Emergency Foodlink - Job training programs that generate income for food distribution work.
  • Northwest Harvest - An organization dedicated to preventing hunger in Washington State since 1967.
  • S.H.A.R.E of Northern California - An organization helping people obtain food in an atmosphere of human dignity. Participants exchange cash or foodstamps and volunteer work for a supplemental food package.
 
 
 
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